I am so happy that George Will is not going to be a Republican anymore.

After all, we don’t need any more enemies advocating sending jobs to other countries and importing non immigrant workers to take the remaining jobs.

And god knows we need Americans that will stand up for Americans rather than working to cause gridlock in our country.

Conservative columnist, TV pundit and best-selling author George Will says he has left the Republican Party because of Donald Trump.

But “gridlock” in government is a good thing “nine times out of 10,” Will said. “Gridlock is not an American problem. It’s an American achievement,” he said. Gridlock often “stops things” the federal government should not be doing, he added.

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The use of families by FWD.us as pawns in their chess game is disgusting

Three things will help you see through the moves they are making in this chess game:

  1. Illegal immigration is illegal immigration. Would we allow them to say that we should illegally sell guns, cigarettes, or whiskey?
  2. NON Immigrant guest workers imported to take jobs from Americans are NOT immigrants. They simply are being brought in to destroy wages in America just as Scabs were brought in during previous generations to destroy union workers.
  3. Have they helped any Displaced American workers that have been displaced because of the first two steps?

 

Dear Virgil,

It is hard to fully appreciate the heartbreak that millions of families and young children are now experiencing in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling to keep President Obama’s executive action programs frozen.

Despite this disappointing setback, there are many reasons for hope. And one young girl who has captured our hearts, Sophie Cruz, is a shining example of why we must continue to fight. Just last week in Los Angeles, Sophie and her family joined hundreds celebrating Immigrant Heritage Month and she spoke so movingly about her fight for her family.

Please watch Sophie – and then tell Congress that it’s time to act.

It is now very clear that it is up to Congress to act to finally fix our broken immigration system, so that millions of families, just like Sophie’s, can live without the constant fear of deportation.

We will continue to fight for Sophie in the weeks and months to come. Please watch this video and then sign your name to our petition.

Thank you for standing with us,

Todd Schulte
President, FWD.us

 

 

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Foxconn, the hatchet man in this game of musical countries seeks to destroy another countries workers…

The game of musical countries is not that complicated.

You simply send jobs from America to China therefore destroying the American Worker.

When the next round is played, you send jobs from Japan to China.

Ultimately when the wages in China grow to high, you send them to Vietnam, Cambodia, or Angola.

As you can see, ultimately there are no winners except for the Ivory Tower group making these decisions to destroy the people of each country.

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http://en.yibada.com/articles/135071/20160624/foxconn-sharp-foxconn-sharp-acquisition-sharp-layoff.htm

Do we really want the hatchet man of Communist China doing business in America?

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Zaira Garcia, would FWD.us tell your story if you were a Displaced American?

After all, they have done NOTHING for the Americans that have been displaced by their manipulation of the illegal immigrant and non immigrant guest worker scams.

And they will do nothing for you either as you are but a pawn in the game where they use people like you to forward their need for guest workers that are cheap and exploitable.

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Victor Gomez, Where are these jobs that have been created?

“The amount of jobs that are created by our local immigrant community is unbelievable,” Victor Gomez, the San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce’s director said in an interview. “The residual impact it has on job growth is huge and very important to the Chamber of Commerce.”

Gomez cited the 200,000 figure after speaking at a press conference organized by a coalition of immigrants’ rights groups at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in east San Jose. The church’s McDonnell Hall, named for an activist priest, was declared a California historic landmark three years ago for being the site of voter registration drives, civil rights lawsuits and the origination of the 1965 grape boycott led by César Chávez in support of immigrant farm workers.

The Chamber’s participation in the event is significant because it’s evidence that the local coalition of two pro-immigration groups that once were sharply divided over which immigrants they supported is still holding.

Since Chávez’s time, this once agricultural valley has evolved into Silicon Valley where the tech industry, which supports H1B visas to import highly skilled workers, and other immigration groups supporting the influx of largely unskilled immigrants from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, have only recently aligned.

http://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/news/2016/06/23/supreme-courts-immigration-ruling-could-cost-200.html

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Jody Meacham, the Supreme Court immigration ruling could put 200,000 Damned Fine Americans back to work…

Silicon Valley could lose more than 200,000 jobs during the next 10 years as a result of Thursday’s evenly divided Supreme Court that effectively upheld a lower court’s decision blocking President Obama’s plan to shield nearly 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation.

Obama had issued an executive order in 2014 to allow as many as 5 million unauthorized immigrants who were the parents of citizens or of lawful permanent residents to apply for a program that would spare them from deportation and provide them with work permits.

http://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/news/2016/06/23/supreme-courts-immigration-ruling-could-cost-200.html

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Way to go Britain…

I am NOT for protectionism and I can’t possibly understand all of the reasons you made this decision.

But after having lived this nightmare since 2003 and researching it since 2007 I can guarantee the World Leaders that when you send each countries jobs to cheaper countries and import non immigrant guest workers to take the remaining jobs, you leave us with no way to provide for our families and you blame us for things like sub prime mortgages which would never have happened if we had jobs to make those mortgage payments with.

So up yours you one world bastards.

When you get ready to include us in your plans, we will map out a way that the people of all countries can provide for their families and then we can revisit this one world concept.

‘Brexit’: British voters opt to leave the EU

British voters chose Thursday to leave the European Union, a decision that shocked markets and could upend world politics. Officials in the U.S. government, and at the Federal Reserve in particular, will be weighing options for responding to any possible turbulence that might result from the “Brexit” vote, a historic development that could reshape global affairs.

SURPRISING RESULT SENT DOLLAR UP AGAINST THE POUND

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When the leaders of our businesses, government and universities destroy their workers lives so that they can pay themselves more…

HARTFORD – Five top legislators – both Republican and Democrat – blasted the University of Connecticut’s administration Thursday for awarding large salary increases at a time when more than 1,000 state employees are being laid off due to budget cuts.

House Speaker Brendan Sharkey and Senate Republican leader Len Fasano both said UConn was “tone deaf” to the state’s economic problems, while House Republican leader Themis Klarides, who said the decision to award the raises “defies logic.”

Two high-level administrators will receive raises of more than $50,000 per person, which is higher than the average annual base salary for legislators.

A fourth top lawmaker – longtime higher education committee co-chairwoman Roberta Willis of Salisbury – said the raises are “absurd” in the current fiscal climate.

Senate President Pro Tem Martin M. Looney called on UConn president Susan Herbst to rescind the raises after saying he was stunned by the increases.

http://www.courant.com/politics/hc-uconn-raises-speaker-0624-20160623-story.html

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